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I’m pleased to announce the latest update to the Snapdragon™ SDK for Android. We have a new feature available that enhances our facial processing solution on commercial smartphones powered by Snapdragon processors, allowing for more personalized use cases for these devices. Let’s dive in.
Are you attending SXSW this year? The massive music, film and interactive conferences and festivals are taking place this Friday, March 7 through Sunday, March 16 in Austin, Texas. We’re excited to be part of the festival this year to see cutting edge technology and creativity from around the world.
I am one of about 300 million people that enjoy using Skype. I'm also in league with over a billion people with mobile devices built using Qualcomm® chipsets. Put the two together and you get one of the hottest new tablets available, the aptly named Amazon Kindle Fire HDX. Despite the entry-level pricing, the Fire HDX features the top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 800 processor. This tablet provides fantastic value and a fantastic Skype experience.
The launch of our latest SDK (version 2.8) for the Qualcomm® Vuforia™ platform has been met with enthusiastic feedback. If you haven’t started developing with it yet, here are the highlights of what to expect.
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